Cantine Paolini - Nero d'Avola - Sicilia DOC

Cantine Paolini - Nero d'Avola - Sicilia DOC - 2021 - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

Cantine Paolini - Nero d'Avola - Sicilia DOC

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The colour is a brilliant shade of ruby ​​red. It releases a broad and intense bouquet with marked aromas of small ripe red fruits. Enveloping and balanced on the palate.
Type:
Red
Country:
Italy
Region:
Sicily
Producer:
Cantine Paolini
Grapes/Blend:
Nero D Avola

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Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean and has a long history of wine production dating back to ancient times. The island's warm climate and volcanic soil provide ideal conditions for growing a variety of grapes, including...

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean and has a long history of wine production dating back to ancient times. The island's warm climate and volcanic soil provide ideal conditions for growing a variety of grapes, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, and Catarratto.

Sicilian wines are known for their bold, full-bodied flavors and high alcohol content. Red wines from the region are particularly popular, with Nero d'Avola being the most widely planted grape variety. These wines are characterized by their dark fruit flavors, such as black cherry and plum, and often have a spicy finish.

White wines from Sicily are also gaining popularity, with Grillo being the most commonly used grape variety. These wines are known for their crisp acidity and citrus flavors, such as lemon and grapefruit.

In addition to wine, Sicily is also known for its production of Marsala, a fortified wine made from a blend of white grapes. This wine is aged for a minimum of one year and has a rich, caramel-like flavor.

Overall, Sicily is a region with a rich history of wine production and a diverse range of styles to offer. Its wines are gaining recognition on the international stage and are definitely worth exploring.

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